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The Party – Oundle Cinema
Stahl Theatre, Oundle Peterborough

The Party

Certificate: 15
Director: Sally Potter
Cast: Cillian Murphy, Timothy Spall, Kristin Scott Thomas
Release: 2017
Runtime: 1hr 11min

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Shot in black-and-white, there is a steady stream of great laughs in Sally Potter’s state-of-the-nation comedy, set at a middle-class London dinner party given to celebrate the appointment of Janet (Scott Thomas) as Shadow Health Minister. Janet’s husband (Spall) also has dramatic (medical) news to share, and as the sophisticated evening starts to unravel, a night that began with champagne turns to arguments and a pointed gun.

‘…plays out in real time with elegance and dispatch, cantering up to a cheeky punch line twist which leaves you laughing over the final credits.’
Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

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Kings Arms Polebrook Acoustic Folk Music Session
Kings Arms Polebrook Nr. Oundle, Polebrook Northamptonshire

Always a busy session with quite an early start. A monthly acoustic Music Event On the third Tuesday of every month, the Kings Arms Polebrook hosts the Acoustic Folk Music Session.

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Music Quiz
Angel Inn Yarwell, Yarwell Northamptonshire

MONTHLY MUSIQUIZ

​New to our scheduling – every last Thursday of the month from 8.30pm.
A music quiz for the music whizz! Come and test your knowldge with our new fun quiz – hosted by DJ Lander!
Teams can be up to six people and costs £1pp which funds the winners ‘pot’.
Mid-way snacks are supplied.
Basic music knowledge an advantage!

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My Life As A Courgette – Oundle Cinema
Stahl Theatre, Oundle Peterborough

My Life As A Courgette

Certificate: PG
Director: Claude Barras
Cast: Gaspard Schlatter, Sixtine Murat, Paulin Jaccoud
Release: 2016
Runtime: 1hr 6min

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This multi-award winning, stop-motion animation gained international critical acclaim and narrowly missed out on the 2017 Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. A gentle, tender film, it tells the story of a 9-year-old boy (Courgette) who is removed from his unhappy home life and taken to an orphanage. At first he struggles to find his place in the strange and at times hostile environment, but as friendships develop with other children they come to terms with the unkind cards they have been dealt and their new home becomes a place of shared experience, refuge and freedom.

‘Think of ‘My Life as a Courgette’ as less of a children’s film than a film about childhood which children can watch, and you’ll have some idea of the quietly extraordinary tone it manages to strike.’
Robbie Collin, DailyTelegraph

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Oundle Farmers Market
In and Around Oundle, Oundle Northamptonshire

From pig roast to locally-produced speciality sausages, Oundle farmers market has it all. With over 35 stalls theres a huge range of produce to choose from.

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The Ship Inn Oundle Acoustic Bluegrass Music
Ship Inn Oundle, Oundle Peterborough

A Monthly Acoustic Music Event On the second Monday of every month the Ship hosts the Acoustic American Bluegrass Music Session.

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Shuckburgh Arms Southwick Acoustic Bluegrass Music
Shuckburgh Arms Southwick, Southwick Northamptonshire

On the third Thursday of every month the Shuckburgh hosts the Acoustic American Bluegrass Music Session

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Kings Arms Polebrook Acoustic Folk Music Session
Kings Arms Polebrook Nr. Oundle, Polebrook Northamptonshire

Always a busy session with quite an early start. A monthly acoustic Music Event On the third Tuesday of every month, the Kings Arms Polebrook hosts the Acoustic Folk Music Session.

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Victoria and Abdul – Oundle Cinema
Stahl Theatre, Oundle Peterborough

Victoria and Abdul

Certificate: PG

Director: Stephen Frears
Cast: Judi Dench, Ali Fazal, Tim Pigott-Smith, Eddie Izzard
Release: 2017
Runtime: 1hr 51mins

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Adapted from the book by Shrabani Basu. Queen Victoria (Dench), is old, bored and constrained by convention. When Abdul Karim (Fazal) travels to London from India to deliver a ceremonial coin as part of the Queen’s Golden Jubilee celebrations, he quickly finds favour with her and is made her personal footman. Despite the reservations of Victoria’s closest advisers, the pair go on to form a strong bond, with Abdul rising through the ranks and becoming one of the Queen’s most trusted allies. As their friendship grows, Victoria learns to see the world through new eyes and begins to approach life with renewed vigour.

‘Dench is captivating as the cantankerous queen.’
The Guardian Simran Hans, The Observer

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Music Quiz
Angel Inn Yarwell, Yarwell Northamptonshire

MONTHLY MUSIQUIZ

​New to our scheduling – every last Thursday of the month from 8.30pm.
A music quiz for the music whizz! Come and test your knowldge with our new fun quiz – hosted by DJ Lander!
Teams can be up to six people and costs £1pp which funds the winners ‘pot’.
Mid-way snacks are supplied.
Basic music knowledge an advantage!

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The Ship Inn Oundle Acoustic Bluegrass Music
Ship Inn Oundle, Oundle Peterborough

A Monthly Acoustic Music Event On the second Monday of every month the Ship hosts the Acoustic American Bluegrass Music Session.

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Goodbye Christopher Robin – Oundle Cinema
Stahl Theatre, Oundle Peterborough

Goodbye Christopher Robin

Certificate 12A

Director: Simon Curtis
Cast: Domhnall Gleeson, Margot Robbie, Kelly Macdonald

Release: 2017
Runtime: 1hr 45min

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This is the story of before and after Winnie the Pooh. It shows how the books came to be written, what happened next, and the consequences for young Billy, the real life Christopher Robin. Domnhall Gleeson plays AA Milne, back home from the trenches in 1916, damaged, and determined to write a book about the war. How that plan turned into the Winnie books is the remarkable subject of this heart warming movie.

If you are a fan of the bear then don’t worry, the people behind this movie understand the magic and, somehow, bring it alive on screen.

‘With its bittersweet interweaving of fact and fantasy, youthful innocence and adult trauma, this tale of the creation of a children’s classic could have been called Saving Mr Milne.’
Mark Kermode, The Guardian

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